The 24/7 fitness franchise comes off the back of a strong 2019, with key development plans in place for the new year.
After a strong year that saw Snap Fitness rise to one million members, with 2,000-plus locations now either open or scheduled for development, the premium fitness franchisor shows no signs of stopping.
In fact, the brand recently opened its 100th health club in Europe, with international markets like New Zealand, Mexico, Turkey, and the UAE on the cards for 2020.
“New gyms are in development across the world, and our international expansion is a priority in 2020,” said Allison McElroy, chief global development officer of Snap Fitness’ parent company, Lift Brands.
Snap Fitness’ experienced exponential growth in 2019, and saw consistent milestones hit, including the brand’s first opening in Taiwan. In the Asia Pacific region overall, Snap Fitness saw a significant growth of 46 per cent, with an overall membership increase of nine per cent.
“The Snap Fitness advantage is to continually innovate our gyms and make fitness accessible to everyone at any time,” said Weldon Spangler, CEO of Lift Brands. “Our success provides more people [with] opportunities to find success in their fitness goals.”